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Aljazeera
What now for South Africa's #FeesMustFall movement?write deferred papers free of charge. But because it did not make provisions fo
What now for South Africa's #FeesMustFall movement?
Aljazeera / Posted 19 hours ago
write deferred papers free of charge. But because it did not make provisions for accommodation, many protesters from out of town found themselves sleeping in lecture halls, labs, libraries, and even on the floor of the Senate House concourse. That... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Head Scarf and Mewhich had been the last remaining Sunni Islamic Caliphate since 1517. Having in
The Head Scarf and Me
The New Yorker / Posted 2 days ago
which had been the last remaining Sunni Islamic Caliphate since 1517. Having introduced a secular constitution and a Western-style civil and criminal legal code, Atatürk shut down the dervish lodges and religious schools, abolished polygamy,... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Two-job minimum“I joke about changing costumes all the time. Like Superman in the phone booth.
Two-job minimum
Key West Citizen / Posted 3 days ago
“I joke about changing costumes all the time. Like Superman in the phone booth.” Erin Huyler can relate. The Key West resident said, half-jokingly, “I don’t even know how many jobs I have anymore.” By day, Huyler works at a full-time job... Read more
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Yahoo News
Taking a stand in Flint, or fleeing: Residents weigh the futureMich. — The marks of the Flint water crisis are mostly internal. They’re hidden
Taking a stand in Flint, or fleeing: Residents weigh the future
Yahoo News / Posted 5 days ago
Mich. — The marks of the Flint water crisis are mostly internal. They’re hidden in the water mains underground, in the bathtubs and kitchen sinks and hot water heaters inside residents’ homes, in their children’s blood. But from the outside,... Read more
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The New Yorker
In Ronnie’s Courtin my imagination. It’s red brick and clattery and due for demolition, with bro
In Ronnie’s Court
The New Yorker / Posted 13 days ago
in my imagination. It’s red brick and clattery and due for demolition, with broken windows, a “For Sale” sign, and an old bath in the garden. It stands in a plot of weed and builders’ junk, with a bit of stained glass in the smashed front door—a... Read more
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Daily Herald
Will Meyer Farm sale spark growth spurt?after years on the market, the 63-acre property on the north side of Peterson R
Will Meyer Farm sale spark growth spurt?
Daily Herald / Posted 16 days ago
after years on the market, the 63-acre property on the north side of Peterson Road and on either side of Harris Road west of Route 45 in Libertyville was sold with the intent of creating an industrial park. According to Fremont Township... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The 50 greatest hotels in the worlddeeply luxurious New Forest lair. Oak doors are thick; paint finishes rich; flo
The 50 greatest hotels in the world
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
deeply luxurious New Forest lair. Oak doors are thick; paint finishes rich; floor lights come on as you walk into the bathroom from your quietly opulent bedroom; stylised sitting rooms, one with billiard table, melt one into another, pale... Read more
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Arkansas Times
The life and times of Dale BumpersBut down to my left close to the front, this young, bedraggled 15-year-old kid
The life and times of Dale Bumpers
Arkansas Times / Posted 23 days ago
But down to my left close to the front, this young, bedraggled 15-year-old kid in overalls — you could tell he hadn't had a bath in forever — stood up. And when he stood up, everybody laughed again. He was obviously the object of a lot of ridicule.... Read more
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The Advocate
New businesses, refurbished houses and — voilà — Gonzales’ downtown is coming back to lifeGONZALES — Dreams of having a viable downtown for Gonzales seem to be coming to
New businesses, refurbished houses and — voilà — Gonzales’ downtown is coming back to life
The Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
GONZALES — Dreams of having a viable downtown for Gonzales seem to be coming to fruition, with new business activity popping in recent months in the area where the city had its beginnings. Baton Rouge restaurateur Roul Sameh plans next month to open... Read more
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The Forward
They Were the Good Kids on the Lower East Sideme you remembered Hoover? Of course I do. Hoover won; he had a very good recor
They Were the Good Kids on the Lower East Side
The Forward / Posted 1 months ago
me you remembered Hoover? Of course I do. Hoover won; he had a very good record with relief in WWI, but when he came into office, he was the worst president we ever had. He kept saying a chicken in every pot, but he never put the chicken in. But... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Former Suffolk chief executive Lin Homer has come through Whitehall controversies to become a DameWhitehall career, which culminated in her becoming Dame Lin when she was awarde
Former Suffolk chief executive Lin Homer has come through Whitehall controversies to become a Dame
Ipswich Star / Posted 1 months ago
Whitehall career, which culminated in her becoming Dame Lin when she was awarded a DCB (Dame Commander of the Order of the Bath) in the New Year’s Honours list. But while she works in Whitehall as chief executive of Her Majesty’s Revenue and... Read more
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heraldscotland
In full: the New Year's honours listpolitical and public service. (Surrey) Jonathan Stephen Day, CBE. Formerly Cha
In full: the New Year's honours list
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
political and public service. (Surrey) Jonathan Stephen Day, CBE. Formerly Chair, Joint Intelligence Committee, Cabinet Office. For public service. William Robert Fittall. For services to the Church of England. (Kent) Paul Edward Grice. Clerk... Read more
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